Mother nature gives us so many hues to play with, and our clients Sanam and Yoav wanted a bold play of colors for their big day. Their wedding took place at a private home, giving us even more freedom to design a one-of-a-kind wedding. The ceremony and reception were located in the same area to conserve space; we needed a stunning chuppah to serve as a focal point, and designed a gorgeous arch with thick greenery and coral, peach, and pink roses. A rustic aesthetic influenced the rest of the centerpieces, with sprays of greenery and foliage. Roses, hydrangea, lisianthus, even daisies and touches of fruit made appearances in an array of shades from bright yellow to red to blue. We lined the aisle with generous wildflower-like arrangements.
Adding a traditional elegance were our blue and white patterned vases, incorporating variations of this classic, centuries-old style. Matching China and crisp white linens continued the color theme.
The dance floor stunned guests – the sky blue color featuring impressionistic-style decor was a work of art all on its own!
The escort card display incorporated chic mirror stands and more flowers, and existing elements of the house, such as display tables and fountains, were also decorated with florals.
Floral Design: Butterfly Floral and Event Design
Planning: Kate Carlson Events
Photography: Katie Beverley
Venue: Private Residence
Rentals: Palace Party Rental